Sounds like some good news, in that a significant part of the film budget has gone on practical effects; cgi being the bane and ridicule of most modern horror films, this is very good news for all gore fans.
** THE THING: Here's an interesting tidbit for those following the development of the upcoming prequel to John Carpenter's classic. Norwegian newspaper Dagbladet just ran an article on the Norwegian cast members in which they drop a couple budget points. And according to them roughly fifteen million dollars of the seventy million total was spent creating the signature creature effects alone. Word is that most of the creature effects in the film are going to be practical models and animatronics and fifteen million will buy you a whole lot of those. In other words, expect a lot of Thing in THE THING prequel. (thanks to TwitchFilm.net)
That is a positive.
But i still think WHY?
There will be no suspense at all- because we all know what happens to them!?
They all die - (and this isn't a Spoiler!!- if it is you haven't seen THE THING and deserve to be shot)
Just like Obi Wan fighting in the Star Wars prequels- who was worried? No one- cos we know that Vader with the asthma gets him later on.
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